Category Archives: Kittens

Neko

Neko

Neko – male

DOB: June 2017

Accepting applications now.

 

Betty

Betty - female

Betty – female

DOB: June 2017

Available after her spay.

 

Nathan

Nathan

Nathan – male

DOB: June 2017

Accepting applications now.

Beth

Beth - female

Beth – female

DOB: June 2017

Available after her spay

Rosie

Rosie - female

Rosie – female

DOB: April, 2017
Rosie is a very curious kitten and a purr machine. She loves to play, can occupy herself, loves to rub her face on everything, and will try to stand to get her head up to your hand. She likes to have adventures and isn’t afraid to check new things out! She is extremely soft, and once she’s finally tired out, likes to be petted.

Gus

Gus male

Gus male

DOB: April, 2017

Gus is a  little more reserved than his sister Rosie. He is content being held, and while he takes his adventures slow, he prefers to be around someone. He loves his afternoon naps in front of his window and chasing his sister around with toys.

Lucille

Lucille - female

Lucille – female

DOB: Late June

We are so glad Lucille will not have to grow up living wild.  She is SO adorable and affectionate.   If you’d like 2 cats, Lucille and her Mom, Midnight will make a great ready made family.

Emmett

Emmett - male

Emmett – male

DOB: May 1, 2017

Emmett is waiting for you to find him.

Murray

Murray-male

Murray-male

DOB: May 1, 2017

Murray is ready to find his new home.

 

 What is kitten season?

Why does kitten season occur? Because too many kittens are born when cats who are not spayed and neutered mate.

The easiest way to help reduce the overwhelming numbers of unwanted cats is to spay and neuter your own cat and encourage others to do the same. Unaltered cats are driven by their hormones and tend to sneak outdoors primarily in search of a mate. Mating just once can start a domino effect that can result in dozens, even hundreds or thousands of unwanted animals.

Above information is taken from the Humane Society.